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North Dakota's in a sentence

1. Soil is North Dakota's most precious resource.

2. One of North Dakota's nicknames is the Peace Garden State.

3. North Dakota's earliest industries were fur trading and agriculture.

4. North Dakota's court system has four levels.

5. Maris received North Dakota's Roughrider Award in 1964.

6. L'Amour is also a recipient of North Dakota's Roughrider Award.

7. NDAC was established as North Dakota's land-grant institution.

8. He was the youngest constitutional officer in North Dakota's history.

9. Jackson is a recipient of the state of North Dakota's Roughrider Award.

10. Burke swung all of North Dakota's votes to Wilson on the first ballot.

11. Many of North Dakota's universities have great music programs;

12. KFYR-TV, North Dakota's second television station, signed on in 1953.

13. There are listings in 52 of North Dakota's 53 counties.

14. North Dakota's streak of 20 wins in a season came to an end.

15. North Dakota's primary rival was the North Dakota State University Bison.

16. About 2.4% of North Dakota's area is covered by water.

17. Chuck Suchy is North Dakota's Official State Troubadour.

18. The University of North Dakota's 14 MacNaughton cups leads the WCHA.

19. North Dakota's 8 Broadmoor trophies leads the WCHA.

20. In 1970, Bahmer was given North Dakota's Rough Rider Award.

21. The "dusting" was the most extensive attempt in North Dakota's history.

22. The University of North Dakota's Macnie Hall was named after him.

23. He was a Democrat representing North Dakota's 12th legislative district.

24. North Dakota's peak years were from 1910 to 1916.

25. The University of North Dakota's MacNie Hall was named after him.

26. finishing with 1.24% of North Dakota's popular vote.

27. This was North Dakota's final year as a full member of the Big Sky.

28. Helen N. Hamilton was North Dakota's first female lawyer.

29. She also founded North Dakota's first Sunday school.

30. He was inducted into the North Dakota's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1983.